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As the world’s largest provider of international education programs and exams for 5- to 19- year-olds, grades K-12, Cambridge International serves over 160 countries in over 10,000 schools. We give students of all backgrounds and interests a clear path for educational success.
Hear from US colleges and universities on the value of Cambridge students and curriculum:
VIDEO: Why US institutions should seek Cambridge students
Colleges and universities across the US and worldwide recognize and reward the advanced skills and learning of Cambridge International’s US students. Across the US, schools in 35 states and Washington, D.C., offer Cambridge coursework, including college-level Cambridge International AS & A Levels and the Cambridge AICE Diploma program.
Cambridge curriculum focuses on developing the skills and knowledge required for university study in higher education around the world. Tens of thousands of students use Cambridge exam grades every year to gain entrance, advanced placement, or credit at leading universities worldwide. Learn more about Cambridge courses and exams in the US.
US colleges and universities can now receive US student grade transcripts online. Learn about receiving Cambridge International exam grades.
By the time students who have taken Cambridge International AS & A Level courses and exams get to college or university, they have already completed college-level research projects and assignments. They have passed written exams that prioritized constructed responses and essays. They have developed strong study habits, the ability to think independently, and a global perspective.
VIDEO: How Cambridge students do once they’re on campus.
US institutions with policies for Cambridge exam grades include MIT, all Ivy League institutions, University of Washington, Duke, Columbia, New York University, University of Virginia, Florida State University, North Carolina State University, Vanderbilt University, Davidson College, Maricopa Community Colleges, Arizona State University, and many more. Search the recognition policy database.
States across the US have developed policies for Cambridge International to benefit students and institutions. Learn more about US state policies.
With a growing number of schools in the US offering Cambridge International AS & A Level courses, higher education institutions are reviewing their course credit and placement policies for Cambridge exams. Get resources, see sample policies, and learn more about establishing a Cambridge International policy.